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Men’s Cross Country Finishes Ninth at SEC Championships

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Vanderbilt Men’s Cross Country team finished
ninth at the 2002 Southeastern Conference Cross Country
Championships held today at the UF Golf Course in Gainesville, Fla.
Arkansas clinched its 13th straight SEC title with the Razorbacks’ top five
runners finishing in the Top 15. Winning the individual honors was David
Kiman from Alabama, who finished with a time of 24:05 on the 8K course.

Leading the pack of Vanderbilt harriers were senior Ryan Williams (44th,
27:35) and freshman Tyler Harlen (45th, 27:38). Junior John Cote (53,
28:03) and sophomore Mike Gaske (54, 28:06) were the next set of
Vanderbilt runners to cross the line. Rounding out Vanderbilt’s top five
runners was sophomore Taylor Hindle (63, 29:23).

Also competing for Vanderbilt were senior David Brogan (64, 29:49) and
junior Ariel Prater (68, 31:02).

Team Results VU Scorers
1. University of Arkansas 31 44. Ryan Williams 27:35
2. University of Alabama 52 45. Tyler Harlen 27:38
3. University of Florida 76 53. John Cote 28:03
4. University of Tennessee 105 54. Mike Gaske 28:06
5. University of Georgia 106 63. Taylor Hindle 29:23
6. Auburn 152
7. University of Kentucky 182
8. Louisiana State University 229
9. Vanderbilt University 257
10. University of Mississippi 302


 









 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
                   
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